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Meritt, Benjamin
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18.00
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James Cummings, Bookseller /Abebooks
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[publisher: University of California] Hardcover First Edition The Sather Lectures
[Signal Mtn, TN, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1961]
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Meritt, Benjamin D.
USD
19.97
Lawrence Jones /Booksandcollectibles
Dust Jacket Near Very Good 8vo Hard Cover Very Good vi, 262pp, index, bw ills. Or green cloth in jacket. Several minor chips to jacket, slight rounding of top front corner. The author brings literary, epigraphical and numismatic evidence to bear on the problems of Athenian calendars and dating. University of California Press Berkeley 1961 First Edition
[, AU]
Meritt, Benjamin D.
USD
38.00
Antiquariat Smock /ZVAB
[publisher: Berkeley / Los Angeles, University of California Press (Sather Classical Lectures, 32)] Leinen / gebundene Ausgabe VI, 262 S. (23,5 cm) 1st edition; Leinenband ohne Schutzumschlag; In gutem Zustand. (Stichworte: Antike, Altertum, Hellenismus, Griechenland, Athen, Zeit, Zeitmessung, Monat, Zählung der Tage, Kalender, Jahreszeiten) Englisch 750g
[Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany] [Publication Year: 1961]
Meritt Benjamin D.
USD
44.10
Ancient World Books /Biblio
University of California Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Date: 1961. Hardcover. Foxing/dustsoiling to top of textblock. Scholar's bookplate to inner cover (G. P. Goold). Browning to DJ spine. ; Looks at the Athenian calendar of the classical age. The year was governed by two or in a sense three calendars-one for political life, one for religious life, and one for astronomy. The understanding of recorded Athenian dates is further complicated by the Athenian practice of allowing some latitude in adding and subtracting days of the religious calendar. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 262 pages . 1961. University of California Press [CA]
MERITT, B.D.,
USD
45.00
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /ZVAB
University of California Press, Berkeley / Los Angeles, 1961. VIII,262p. Original green cloth with dust wrps. Spine gilt titled. Nice copy. In 1928 Merritt in The Athenian Calendar of the Fifth Century (?), sought to show that in the fifth century the civil (or conciliar) year approximated in length tot the solar year and was devided into prytanies of 36 and 37 days in no regular sequence. (?) In the present book, which is based on the Sather Lectures of 1959, Meritt reviews in detail the epigraphic evidence, including four new inscriptions from the third and second centuries B.C. (?) Throughout the book the reasoning is clear and incisive, and the study of many inscriptions is significantly advanced.' (R. MEIGGS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1963, pp.334-35). From the library of the late Prof.Dr. Nikolaus Himmelmann. Antiquarian
[Aalten, Netherlands]
Meritt, Benjamin D.
USD
45.00
Ancient World Books /Booksandcollectibles
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket Hardcover Foxing/dustsoiling to top of textblock. Scholar's bookplate to inner cover (G. P. Goold). Browning to DJ spine. ; Looks at the Athenian calendar of the classical age. The year was governed by two or in a sense three calendars-one for political life, one for religious life, and one for astronomy. The understanding of recorded Athenian dates is further complicated by the Athenian practice of allowing some latitude in adding and subtracting days of the religious calendar. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 262 pages University of California Press 1961
[, CA]
Meritt, Benjamin D.
USD
45.00
Ancient World Books /Abebooks
[publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover Foxing/dustsoiling to top of textblock. Scholar's bookplate to inner cover (G. P. Goold). Browning to DJ spine. ; Looks at the Athenian calendar of the classical age. The year was governed by two or in a sense three calendars-one for political life, one for religious life, and one for astronomy. The understanding of recorded Athenian dates is further complicated by the Athenian practice of allowing some latitude in adding and subtracting days of the religious calendar. ; Sather Classical Lectures; 262 pages
[Toronto, ON, Canada] [Publication Year: 1961]
Meritt, Benjamin D.
USD
46.59
Antiquariat Smock /AbebooksDE
[publisher: Berkeley / Los Angeles, University of California Press (Sather Classical Lectures, 32)] Leinen / gebundene Ausgabe VI, 262 S. (23,5 cm) 1st edition; Leinenband ohne Schutzumschlag; In gutem Zustand. (Stichworte: Antike, Altertum, Hellenismus, Griechenland, Athen, Zeit, Zeitmessung, Monat, Zählung der Tage, Kalender, Jahreszeiten) Englisch 750g
[Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany] [Publication Year: 1961]
MERITT, B.D.,
USD
52.68
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /Booksandcollectibles
In 1928 Merritt in The Athenian Calendar of the Fifth Century (?), sought to show that in the fifth century the civil (or conciliar) year approximated in length tot the solar year and was devided into prytanies of 36 and 37 days in no regular sequence. (?) In the present book, which is based on the Sather Lectures of 1959, Meritt reviews in detail the epigraphic evidence, including four new inscriptions from the third and second centuries B.C. (?) Throughout the book the reasoning is clear and incisive, and the study of many inscriptions is significantly advanced.' (R. MEIGGS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1963, pp.334-35). From the library of the late Prof.Dr. Nikolaus Himmelmann. University of California Press, Berkeley / Los Angeles, 1961. VIII,262p. Original green cloth with dust wrps. Spine gilt titled. Nice copy.
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MERITT BD. B. D.
USD
54.87
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /Biblio
University of California Press, Berkeley / Los Angeles, 1961. VIII,262p. Original green cloth with dust wrps. Spine gilt titled. Nice copy. In 1928 Merritt in The Athenian Calendar of the Fifth Century (?), sought to show that in the fifth century the civil (or conciliar) year approximated in length tot the solar year and was devided into prytanies of 36 and 37 days in no regular sequence. (?) In the present book, which is based on the Sather Lectures of 1959, Meritt reviews in detail the epigraphic evidence, including four new inscriptions from the third and second centuries B.C. (?) Throughout the book the reasoning is clear and incisive, and the study of many inscriptions is significantly advanced.' (R. MEIGGS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1963, pp.334-35). From the library of the late Prof.Dr. Nikolaus Himmelmann. [NL]
MERITT, B.D.,
USD
55.17
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /Abebooks
University of California Press, Berkeley / Los Angeles, 1961. VIII,262p. Original green cloth with dust wrps. Spine gilt titled. Nice copy. In 1928 Merritt in The Athenian Calendar of the Fifth Century (?), sought to show that in the fifth century the civil (or conciliar) year approximated in length tot the solar year and was devided into prytanies of 36 and 37 days in no regular sequence. (?) In the present book, which is based on the Sather Lectures of 1959, Meritt reviews in detail the epigraphic evidence, including four new inscriptions from the third and second centuries B.C. (?) Throughout the book the reasoning is clear and incisive, and the study of many inscriptions is significantly advanced.' (R. MEIGGS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1963, pp.334-35). From the library of the late Prof.Dr. Nikolaus Himmelmann. Antiquarian
[Aalten, Netherlands]

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